A photo series of my grandmother’s house in Amman.
A study of Zaha Hadid's designs, which inadvertently turned into a study of the female body, and the way in which the two work together.
The fact that I lived in a time where Zaha existed makes me content with my own battles as an Arab woman, not only because she’s made it significantly easier for us, but because I got the chance to witness the possibilities of what could be.
Co-founder of Glaswegian music platform OH141, Sarra Wild, is working on combating issues within the city’s club scene by creating spaces and opportunities for women, POC and members of the LGBTQ community.
In this open love letter, I talk about the resonance of the first Al Qadiri video I ever watched, and why, almost five years on, she remains so important to me.
Fairouz represents something which I have never experienced, yet have always yearned for - a definite sense of ‘belonging’.